Culla Tundila, 1 Definition(s)
Culla Tundila means something in Buddhism, Pali. Check out some of the following descriptions and leave a comment if you want to add your own contribution to this article.
General definition (in Buddhism)
A pig, brother of the Bodhisatta. For details see the Tundila Jataka.Source: Pali Kanon: Pali Proper Names
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Search found 26 books containing Culla Tundila. You can also click to the full overview containing English textual excerpts. Below are direct links for the 20 most relevant articles:
- · The Jataka, Volume III > No. 388.: Tuṇḍila-Jātaka.
- · The Jataka, Volume IV > No. 443.: Culla-Bodhi-Jātaka.
- · The Jataka, Volume IV > No. 464.: Culla-Kuṇāla-Jātaka.
- · The Jataka, Volume IV > No. 477.: Culla-Nārada-Jātaka.
- · The Jataka, Volume V > No. 525.: Culla-Sutasoma-Jātaka.
- · The Jataka, Volume II > ... > No. 193. Culla-Paduma-Jātaka
- · The Jataka, Volume II > ... > No. 263. Culla-Palobhana-Jātaka
- · The Jataka, Volume I > ... > No. 106. Udañcani-Jātaka
- · The Jataka, Volume I > Index of Proper Names
- · The Jataka, Volume I > ... > No. 30. Muṇika-Jātaka
- · The Jataka, Volume IV > No. 481.: Takkāriya-Jātaka
- · The Jataka, Volume III > No. 434.: Cakkavāka-Jātaka.
- · The Jataka, Volume II > Index of Names and Pali Words
- · The Jataka, Volume IV > No. 507.: Mahā-Palobhana-Jātaka.
- · The Jataka, Volume I > Preface
- · The Jataka, Volume III > Index
- · A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas > ... > The Scriptures And Their Commentaries
- · The Book of Protection > The Value Of Paritta
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